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7" dome for growing bigger and taller starts. Increase germination success.

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7" dome for growing bigger and taller starts. Increase germination success. Better humidity control for optimum growth. Offers increased growing success. Includes: UL listed waterproof heat mat, 17 watts, 120 volt, 7" humidity dome, 11" x 22" watertight base tray, 72-cell seedling inserts, Instructions with growing tips, and Clonex Rooting Gel.

This hot house with UL-listed waterproof heated mat is ideal to cradle your fragile clippings and seedlings in protective warmth. Get started quickly with your own growing media and plugs or purchase them separately for a complete system setup. The hot house heat mat never gets too hot that it'll scorch your plants and even comes with instructions printed right on the mat. Plug in and feel the heat!

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  • 7" dome for growing bigger and taller starts
  • Increases germination success
  • Better humidity control for optimum growth 
  • 17 watts, 120 volt
  • 7" humidity dome
  • 11" x 22" watertight base tray
  • 72-cell seedling insert
  • Instructions with growing tips
  • Includes Clonex Rooting Gel
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is this germination dome recommended using with a grow light and how long does everyone keep the seedlings in there after sprout before transplanting

    Most of the plastic domes are designed to be able to handle a heat pad and/or grow lights. Just remember that using them will require you to be more careful of watering. Added heat/light will require an extra spritz from a spray bottle once or twice a day. As for seedlings. Once the sprout reaches a 1-2 inches they are ready to be transplanted, this can occur anywhere from 4-12 weeks depending on what you're trying to grow. Some plants can be left in much longer than needed, however you need to be conscious of the plants root system. Once the roots begin to crowd your sprout will begin to wither. It really depends on the type of plant. Succulents, for example, thrive when they are confined. Peas can tolerate it. Some trees can adapt with proper care, bonsai-style. Most vegetative or ornamental flowering plants will simply stop growing or die, if confined.

  • If I didnt want to use the little peat pods could I just put in my organic soil and grow my seeds?

    Yes you can. I use the pods just for the convenience. it's easy for me to re-pot the peat pods, but if you're not repotting then you can just pot the seeds right into the soil.

  • What is the reliability of the heating mat or lack thereof

    This is my second year to use the heat mat. It helps seeds germinate. Without it germination is slower and not as consistent. Would not try to start veggie seeds without one.

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